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I am interesting in same thing. Switching between two sprites when tapped.
Anyone who got a bit more of JS skills than I that is able to explain this?
Here's a script that changes the color of a sprite's material:
If you want to change a mesh's material instead, you can change //@input Component.SpriteVisual to //@input Component.MeshVisual
Martin, here's a script that sets a Sprite's texture to the next item in a list each time the screen is tapped:
Hope this helps!
Thanks so much, Jacob! Helps a ton!
Now looking at it, is there any way to toggle between the two colors? Thanks!
Sure, here's a version that switches between the original color and new color with every tap:
Thanks again, Jacob!
just what i was looking for...thanks.
Would you be able to use this to cycle through 8 different colors?
Here's a script that cycles through as many colors as you want. Just add them to the colors list.
You'll have to enter the colors as R,G,B,A values unfortunately since arrays don't support the color widget. Let me know if you need any more help with this!
Thanks Jacob! I'll get this implemented and circle back if I need some help with this.